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The Culinary Arts program provides an opportunity for students to learn the necessary skills to begin or enhance a career in the hospitality industry, the nation's largest retail employer. The Culinary Arts certificate requires 28 credits in the courses listed below.

For more information about Culinary Arts, please visit the program page.

Certificate Requirements

Field of Study Code: CULIN.CER.CUART

CULIN 1101Introduction to Culinary Arts3
CULIN 1102Regional American Cuisine4
CULIN 1103Fast Casual Dining Operations2
CULIN 1108Culinary Measurements & Conversions2
CULIN 1109Culinary and Baking Nutrition1
CULIN 1120Sanitation1
CULIN 1171Baking Fundamentals3
CULIN 1172Pastry Fundamentals3
CULIN 2205International Cuisine3
CULIN 2210Contemporary a' la carte Cuisine4
HOSP 1151Restaurant Service and Sales2
Total Credits28

Suggested Semester Sequence

Plan of Study Grid
First SemesterCredits
CULIN 1101 Introduction to Culinary Arts 3
CULIN 1120 Sanitation 1
CULIN 1108 Culinary Measurements & Conversions 2
CULIN 1109 Culinary and Baking Nutrition 1
Second Semester
CULIN 1102 Regional American Cuisine 4
CULIN 1103 Fast Casual Dining Operations 2
CULIN 1171 Baking Fundamentals 3
Summer Semester
CULIN 2205 International Cuisine 3
Third Semester
CULIN 2210 Contemporary a' la carte Cuisine 4
CULIN 1172 Pastry Fundamentals 3
HOSP 1151 Restaurant Service and Sales 2
 Total Credits28